Mechanical and plant engineering are global, research-intensive drivers of innovation, particularly in the fields of industrial manufacturing, energy technology and renewable energies, vehicle engineering, logistics and process engineering.
The progressive integration of automation engineering, robotics and sensor technology (Industry 4.0), even artificial intelligence, in mechanical and plant engineering is resulting in major boosts in productivity. New, energy-efficient drive technologies, autonomous systems and their associated infrastructures are revolutionising personal mobility and transport in general. Parallel to these advances, innovative materials and 3D printing enable the creation of totally new product concepts, material-efficient production processes and machines.
Even since the firm was founded, the attorneys at Eisenführ Speiser have assisted mechanical and plant engineering companies operating nationally and internationally in this innovative environment, be they medium-sized undertakings or large corporations.
Thanks to our size and range of competencies, we are able to provide legal expertise tailored specifically to the client’s needs, and in many cases teams of experts covering many different areas, in order to handle multidisciplinary technologies and satisfy the needs of major enterprises for extensive support.
The attorneys at Eisenführ Speiser combine technical and legal excellence. The following members of the firm will discuss your specific concerns with you and put together the right team to meet your needs.
»By combining an experienced prosecution practice with a renowned litigation practice, Eisenführ Speiser has established itself in contentious proceedings«
»The firm’s respect for clients’ particular needs and diligence in providing personalised treatment and timely reports is always on point. It is a pleasure to work with them and their advice is completely trustworthy«
»The mixed IP law firm is one of the very active German prosecution practices, but it is also very active in litigation«